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High Court reading out verdict in Jubair murder case

Sun Online Desk     24th January, 2018 12:57:32 printer

High Court reading out verdict in Jubair murder case

The High Court has started delivering its verdict on the death references and appeals in sensational Jahangirnagar University student Jubair Ahmed murder case.

 

The HC bench of Justice Bhabani Prasad Singha and Justice Mustafa Zaman Islam started delivering its judgement around 10:30am on Wednesday.

 

On January 9, the court fixed the date after concluding the hearing on the death references and appeals.

 

Earlier, the HC started the hearing on January 2.

 

Jubair Ahmed, 23, an undergraduate student of English department at Jahangirnagar University, died at United Hospital in the capital on January 9 in 2012, hours into his abduction and torture on the campus by his political opponents on January 8.

 

On February 8, 2015, a Dhaka court sentenced five people to death and six others to life imprisonment for the killing.

 

Later, the accused filed separate appeals with the HC challenging the lower court verdict.


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